CONOR MCGREGOR looks to be in tremendous shape as he continues his recovery from a horrific broken leg.
The Notorious shattered his left tibia and fibula in his UFC 264 trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier in July but resumed weight training a matter of weeks after suffering the nasty injury.
And his lean and mean physique seems to have reaped the rewards of the short layoff.
McGregor shared photos of himself going through a gruelling upper body workout to his Instagram story on Thursday.
And he looked to be in peak physical condition as he performed inverted rows and seated bicep curls.
McGregor, 33, is reportedly on course to take part in a charity wheelchair boxing match in December.
A date for the bout, which will be in aid of the Irish Wheelchair Association, has not officially been announced.
Irish comedian Stevo Timothy confirmed McGregor's part in the upcoming show, tweeting: "So Conor McGregor just made contact.
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"He'll be fighting in a homecoming fight this December. In a wheelchair!".
McGregor, Ireland's first UFC champion, is seemingly on course to return to the octagon next summer.
Mystic Mac's manager – Paradigm Sports Management chief Audie Attar – recently revealed to SunSport his recovery is going better than expected, saying: "He's ahead of schedule.
"We not only just got our X-ray results [back], [we got] our ultrasound results and CT scan results.
"And when I look at the view of the X-ray myself, it's healing so beautifully.
"He's only 10-and-a-half weeks out of surgery and he's walking.
"And he's actually doing s*** that we don't want him to do like throwing the first pitch at the Cubs game."
He added: "He's so competitive, man. He's like, 'I'm not thinking about the UFC.
"'Whatever. I'm not thinking about fighting. But I'm gonna get back there.'
"So if the first pitch is any indication of what may happen, God willing, the healing process continues on a straight path, he's gonna come out there and want to continue to compete.
"Because he wants to leave on his own terms. Not on the terms that he's been dealt in his last fight."
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